Prof. Fuan Wen, Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China
Research Area: Networking and intelligence of education and teaching
Title: Construction of Virtual Reality Teaching Environment and Future Education
The virtual reality teaching environment is a digital multi-dimensional teaching space with intuitive, realistic, interactive and deductive characteristics constructed by a variety of virtual reality equipment. It has high application value in the teaching, training, assessment and other links of education. Firstly, I will explain the main concepts, teaching scenarios, specific functions, types of teaching environment, required equipment, platforms, resources, and functional characteristics based on the current status of the virtual reality teaching environment. Then look forward to the future development trend, teaching goals and expected effects of the virtual reality teaching environment. Finally, the future education environment, teaching characteristics and application methods constructed by digital twins and meta-universe are developed to provide a reference for future education innovation.
Prof. Xinguo Yu, National Engineering Research Center for E-Learning, Central China Normal University, China
Research Area: Education Human-Computer Interaction; Intelligent Education System; Educational Robot
研究领域：教育人机交互； 智能教育系统； 教育机器人
Title: A Brief Introduction to Artificial Intelligent in Research and Education
Artificial Intelligent has been reforming research and education. This talk first introduces the general concepts and principles that AI reforms research and education. Then it discusses the typical technologies, the typical scenarios, the some examples. Finally, it discusses the future development of the area.
A. Prof. Bo Liu, Department of Information Technology in Education at South China Normal University, China
Research Area: Educational data analysis, computer-assisted teaching, CSCL, education big data mining
Title: The study on the factors Influencing technology acceptance of Danmaku Video for pre-service teachers in online education
The applying of danmaku video provides a new way of real-time interactivities in online learning. Under the guidance of the UTAUT model, this study takes pre-service teachers as the research object to explore the factors influencing pre-service teachers’ acceptance of danmaku Video in Online Education. For the data analysis, firstly, we analyzed the acceptance and influence of pre-service teachers on the application of danmaku video education, then we explored the impact of gender, grade, and lastly used experience of vide on pre-service teachers’ perception levels at all levels. Above all there is a moderating effect on the influence of the danmaku usage habits of pre-service teachers in grades on the acceptance of danmaku video education applications. From the perspective of teacher acceptance, we try to provide inspiration for the introduction of danmaku video into the education field.